PSY492H1: Neurobiology of Learning and Memory

Hours: 
36L

Understanding the complexities of how the mammalian nervous system acquires and stores information and how it transforms this information into appropriate behavior is fundamentally important to our understanding of both animal and human behavior. This lecture course explores empirical and theoretical contributions to our understanding of the neural basis of learning and memory.

Prerequisite: 

PSY201H1 (or exclusion), PSY260H1/​PSY290H1/​HMB200H1

Exclusion: 
Distribution Requirements: 
Science
Breadth Requirements: 
Living Things and Their Environment (4)